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go back to the very city that coordinated barack obama in 2008. a city never get a second chance to make a first impression. when everything is said and done about these debates, such will be sent to the first debate, the debate in denver that created a stir. and for mitt romney, momentum. the debate to prove that he is to be seen as presidential. that moment to make a good first impression because life really affords you a second opportunity. that was the chance that romney needed. despite less than convincing follow-up performances, maybe the rest does not matter. that was the debate about voters thinking that mitt romney was just as likable and capable and may be just as ready. maybe, just maybe, that was the debate that made mitt romney the possible president. we will know in two weeks. here is what we know now. romney is as competitive as he is, because what he did in denver. that may very well have been the debate but did matter. two weeks out, until these very close elections. showing how all this is shaping up. we have sabrina schaeffer and our own sandra smith. that was
the format of the debate. and he had obama frazzled. he showed the american people how obama's policies over the past fr years have failed. he was extremel effective in fit impressions. that is going to stick with the american voters. neil: bob, i follow tse future markets. while it still favors the president, tho putting money on the line and the president will win. but never has been this narrow. i can only trace the fact back to the first debate, which seems to show tht barack obama was on an equal footing with mitt romney. mitt romney on an equal footing with barack obama. it sort of changed the landscape for debates and. >> i agree, neil. that debate was such a somber, you could argue who won the second and third, but the first one changed the whole ace. it wasn't as bad as president obama's first debate. i agree that history will show that mitt romney wins this, and he has the momentum, still a little bit down in ohio, if mitt romney wins, it's because of that first debate. neil: you know, sabrina, i never like to put stock in one ove the other. so i just look at the trends and thmovi
that obama criticized with wheat size going back to bayonet this an industry but it is the key issue in virginia. neil: you can argue the facts and john kerry was considered the winner of all three debates the issue was more likable who would you rather have the beer? mitt romney does not drink but house subliminal they affect you and you are driven to think is this guy presidential? likable? he can be in the white house? it is more got but maybe the first debate set the stage where both candidates deemed equally capable m. both likable the edge obama had going in is not so much. it is a quick reaction but from romney was the two casual? or just the right balance and was the president trying to make up ground? and presidential? your call. mccain is working his way through the crowd. said is the way it is when you are a surrogate. they bring out the big guns. he is one of the biggest. more after this. 0t[h7 i'm a conservative investor. i invest in what i know. i turned5 last week. i'm getting married. planning a life. there are risks, sure. t, there's no reward without it. i want to
it almost has will feel of a postdebate. predebate, a lot of advocates for mitt romney and barack obama, were out in force, singing their candidate's praises, sometimes lowering expectations, they are apt to do then afterwards they are heroes, you know how it goes it is part of pot ses a dead even race, this is florida, this is for 29 eelectric rall roll votes, righw the trend of late is mitt romney's friend. marco rubio, find senator from the fine state, to show you how popular rubio is, i somehow mistake this with fans of mine. but he is is always here early and prompt, that make you stan out among your colleagues. he made the mistake of showing up early, not good, he was deluged but police and gracious -- poly the and gracious. >> my favorite question can you react to the debate, pretend the debat has happened. i am a cyc-- i am not a psychic. neil: what did you think? >> romney did great. neil: the argument is more on the president. because this is his strength, foreign policy, right? not mitt romney. do you agree? >> i don't. i think that the president is an experienced debater, o
cash for a lo time, but also taking a big bite out of it. we learned the obama campaign raisedded a billion dollars. wow. that does not include $64 # million from the very outside groups the president likes to smack around. the romney camp raised plenty from the same guys, but the fund jz raising specialists say mitt romney doesn't bash them. that's true. what do you think of this? >> it's a branding problem. i think that, unfortunately, the demoatic party, the obama administration campaign has trapped the g.o.p. and mitt romney into a box by saying we are the party that defends the 1%, and in return, we're trying to, you know, keep the tax rates low and no tax hikes so that makes us, in a weird way, backed into a corner defending the 1 #%. that makes us look like we defend the special interests. neil: if that's the case, and, i mean, i know you argue it's not true, come bac at say, well, why are you taking money from the same group that is last time we checkedhe 1%. >> it's the obama spin. a lot of teem -- a lot of people are not like you into the news. everybody catches glimpses
handed the industry ought to president obama. obama decided to restructure the industry. it was a fundamental decision that was me by george bush. neil: that mitt romney was against that. anyway, we got the structured bankruptcy. the only difference was we h a lot of taxpayes spending a lot of money to get that. but they're apparently does not seem to be nearly the ill will towards mitt romney because of that. why is that? >> well, i think there is a basic understanding that mitt romney had been president, he would have done what was necessary. but we did not have an industrial armageddon. an industrial lehman brohers type of thing. >> do think as president he would have done this? >> yes, he would have. maybe different access would've been different. but i do think he would have stepped in and bridge the gap. with romney on this issue, the last two or three yearof intensive discussion, maybe he would have done it a bit differently. but he would not have left that prices. he would not let that sweet be industry away the one what about what is going o in the midwestern st
the election, we'll see you tomorrow night, good night from new york. neil: 30 days out, barack obama, do you know where your bump is? welcome i am neil cavuto. is it me or is president becoming the rodney dangerfield of polling? no matter his better performances in last two debates, he is not getting any respect at the polls or any more support. he is worse, tracking poll still by and large favoring his opponent, and scores in swing states more so now. what is really going to now? i think and i stress i think, it could be the residuals of the first debate in which the president did not do well. the fact that mitt romney did from that moment on looked every bit as competent and personable as the president. something is going on. i suspect it has more to do what is not going on with in companies. kimberly-clark, saying it will belaying off workers, and ratchetting down estimates, does this ring a bell? this is looks like a tidalwave, i am not saying it is irreversible for the president. but here is not a lot of time for this president. try as he might, he has his debate points down, but it is
with the obama administration wants to do is expand this program. obamacare expand medicaid by somewhere between 10 and 15 million people over the next deca or so. that's really worrying. rather than trying toare back these programs, focus them on the poor, needy, folks who really need it, what we're doing is expanding them, turning them into middle class entitlements. neil: it doesn't address something that goes on behind the scenes. doctors who cringe dealing with those almost going to pay the bill entirely on the government's dime and that, it is not to put them in sort of evil terms but, that, that expands the pool of available treated out there and there's only so many doctors and there is only so many mri machines and so many available treatments. so by just sheer mathlone we're going to spread ourselves pretty thin, right? >> medicaid beneficiaries have some of the hardest time finding providers to see them. neil: sure. >> a big part of that because reimbursement rates are so low. rather again, rather than scale the program back, focus it on the people who really need it what we're trying
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